BC AYN 1481
- 1 Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year
- 2 References
- 3 Notes
- 4 External Links
Ecclesiastical Lunar New Year
Reoccupation of Canaan
99th/120 years since BC AYN 1579 of the national level extent (context) of Moseh’ providential Period of the Reoccupation of Canaan (כנען) and the 99th/120 years of age of the Biblical Moseh (משה). and the year of the Exodus.
Third National Course Wandering in the Wilderness
19th/40 years of the 3rd/3 40 year periods of the Period of the Third National Course Wandering in the Wilderness..
Joshua son of Nun
8th/8 Edomite (אדומי) Kings before there where any kings over Israel.
22nd/48 years of the reign of Hadar (הדר); “honour or majesty” over the children of Edom, and the name of his city is Pau (פעו); “bleating or baaing” (sheep’s cry), with his wife's name Mehetabel (מהיטבאל); “favoured of God,” the daughter of Matred (מטרד: MAITRE D') the daughter of Mezahab (מי זהב); “waters of gold.”
Period of Judges and Archons
Judgeship of Othniel
40th/40 years of Othniel (עתניאל; root stem עתני; forcible, force or strength) the son of Jephunneh (יפנה: JAPAN; land of rising sun at equinox) the son of Kenaz (קנז: KanJi, 漢字. equinox; הקנז) the first of the Biblical Judges to liver (יושיע) the children of Israel and as livery (מושיע) term ends the land is with rest 40 years.
6th/50 years (1506) of the reign of Erichthonius (Ἐριχθόνιος, הרי-כתן; “mount our bruise”) the 4th King of Athens when at the time of the first Panathenaia, Erichthonius yokes up a chariot and shows how to race, and gives the Athenians their name, and the glory of the mother of the gods with visuals in Cybele (Κυβελη), and Hyagnis (Υαγνις) the Phrygian first creates the Phrygian flute, the aulos and first plays the music of Phrygian, and other styles of the Mother, of Dionysus, of Pan (פן), when Erichthonius yokes horses to a chariot, as king of Athens, with specifics of the Parian Marble entry 10.
Parian Marble entry 11: From when Minos (מנס); “from pole” (נס) the first becomes king of Crete and settles Apollonia, and iron found in Ida, by Celmis and Damnameneus of the Idaean Dactyls, when Pandion (BC AYN 1436—BC AYN 1397) is king of Athens.
Crete (Κρητη, כרתה) is first known in the Mari texts as Kaptara/Caphtor (כפתרים); “crowns” and Caphtoron (כפתרון); “translators, converters” or as patrons, Egyptian: Keftiu (כפתיו), the island of Minoan (Μινωα, מנוע; “from promoting”) civilization.